HACK4DK 2018 program

HACK4DK 2018 nærmer sig med hastige skridt og vi glæder os til at se alle i den kommende weekend.

Arrangementet foregår hos Dansk Arkitektur Center i BLOX.
Bryghuspladsen 10, 1473 København K – lige her!

Programmet er som følger:

Fredag d. 9. november 2018
16:00 Velkomst, introduktion til HACK4DK,  tidligere projekter og praktisk info
17:00 Datasæt-præsentation, herunder datasæt-mingling
18:00 Mingling, snak, idéudvelksling
19:00 Middag
19:30 Arbejd, arbejd!
22:00 Luk

Lørdag d. 10. november 2018
09:00 Morgenkaffe og croissanter
13:00 Frokost
18:00 Projektpræsentationer
20:00 Middag
21:00 Efter-hack-hygge på en nærliggende bar

Fang os på Facebook med spørgsmål eller kommentarer!
https://www.facebook.com/hack4dk/

Her er en fin video der forklarer, hvorfor vi afholder HACK4DK og hvad vi håber der kommer ud af det.

Der er no-show fee for folk med billetter, som ikke kommer, så der kommer formentlig en afbestilling eller to ind, så har du ikke billet og vil du gerne deltage, så skriv dig på vores waitlist her.

Er du ikke deltager, men synes vores hackathon er spændende, så er du naturligvis velkommen til at kigge forbi og snuse lidt til stemningen og få en kop kaffe. Fang os på Facebook, så lukker vi dig ind 🙂

Vi ses på fredag!

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Woop woop!

Group photo by Rine Rodin

Thank you all for yet another fantastic hackathon!
Great venue, great hosts, great datasets,  great projects and great people! HACK4DK 2017 gave us 20 fantastic and very usable projects. We continue to be amazed by our participants’ creativity and skills!

We would also like to congratulate Sabine Fischer, Martin Luckmann and
Sofie Meta Schroeder for their work with the tin toys collection of Holstebro Museum which resulted in the winning project Tin Toys – what a great use of datasat, AR and QR codes.
Watch a little video about the project.

We hope many of you would like to join us next year for another great cultural heritage hackaton!

HACK4DK17 Full Program

The complete HACK4DK17 program is ready!Look here:

Friday:
15.30-16.00: Welcome and registration
16.00: Kickoff
16.30-17.00: A few projects from previous HACK4DK participants
17.00-18.00: The 2017 datasets are presented
18.00-19.00: Networking and datashopping. Grab’n-go dinner
19.30: Open mic – pitch your ideas, and calls for projects/participants
00.00: Goodnight, see you tomorrow

Saturday:
09.00-09.30: HACK4DK opens, coffee and croissants
09.30: Hacking
(11.00: Calls for projects/participants)
12.00: Lunch
12.00: More hacking
19.00: Dinner!
20.00: Hack, hack, hack or:
20.00: CEO – Bend-O-Rama band and a beer
24.00: Goodnight, see you tomorrow

Sunday:
Kl. 09.00.09.30: Coffee and bread
Kl. 09.30-13.30: Final hacking
Kl. 12.00: Grab’n’go lunch
Kl. 13.30: Presentations of the 2017 HACK4DK projects
Kl. 15.30: Voting
Kl. 16.00. Talk about STORM20 – Charlotte S. H. Jensen
Kl. 16.30: The winner is presented
Kl. 17.00: Goodbye

HACK4DK 2017

We are happy  to announce that HACK4DK17 will take place at Enigma – Museum for Post, Tele & Kommunikation from September 29th to October 1st – 2017.

The hack will begin at 15:30 on Friday and ends Sunday afternoon.We hope you all will want to join us for three amazing days in the framework of an exciting and experimental museum.

There is only a limited number of tickets so go get your free ticket on Eventbrite now!!

Keep an eye at our twitter and FB accounts and this website for more news and information about the upcoming hackaton.

HACK4DK 2016 – in (a few) pictures and words

DAY 3: concentration, work, panic, work, presentations, voting, and the winner is …

vinnder

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DAY 2: work, work, work – shhhh … concentration, great concepts in the making

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DAY 1: ignites, pitches, questions, meeting people, getting ideas, developing concepts and drinks, music and VJ from the 1980’s with 8bitklubben

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